1. Let us quickly __________.

(a) muddle (b) huddle

(c) hurdle (d) puddle

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  1. Rajesh’s car wasn’t __________ Ramesh’s, so we were too exhausted by the time we reached home.

(a) such comfortable (b) as comfortable as

(c) comfortable enough (d) so comfortable that

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  1. I don’t suppose that Pramod will be elected __________ how hard he struggles as he is not completely supported by the committee.

(a) although (b) seeing as

(c) no matter (d) however

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  1. Regular exercise is conducive__________ heath.

(a) in (b) to (c) for (d) of

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  1. Can you please __________ my web site just before I publish it ?

(a) find out (b) go through

(c) set out (d) look up

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  1. There are not solitary, free-living creatures ; every form of life is ______ other forms.

(a) dependent on (b) parallel to

(c) overshadowed by (d) segregated from

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  1. I’ll take ______now as I have another’s appointment somewhere else.

(a) departure (b) my leave

(c) permission (d) leave from work

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  1. A garden knife is ______used for right pruning.

(a) generally (b) compulsorily

(c) systematically (d) daily

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  1. Serious threat to our ecology and environment can be ______ with organic cultivation.

(a) hastened (b) impeded

(c) aggravated (d) combated

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  1. ‘My India’ by Corbett deals ______ the author’s familiarity with and love of India.

(a) in (b) of (c) at (d) with

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  1. The new government took __________ last year.

(a) out (b) after (c) over (d) upon

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  1. Mohan’s career has taken some __________ twists and turns.

(a) incentive (b) interesting

(c) interactive (d) intuitive

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  1. The bus __________ fifty passengers fell __________ the river.

(a) with; into (b) for; upon

(c) over; on (d) of; at

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  1. It is raining __________ . Do not go out.

(a) heavily (b) fast (c) soundly (d) strongly

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  1. She tries to adjust __________ her relations.

(a) for (b) at (c) so (d) with

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  1. She was remarkably __________ in singing and dancing.

(a) accomplished (b) conducive

(c) fluctuating (d) cooperative

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  1. Sheila gained an advantage __________ me.

(a) upon (b) from (c) on (d) over

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  1. Take this medicine regularly and you will get rid __________ this disease.

(a) at (b) from (c) of (d) over

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  1. Statistics __________ always my worst subject.

(a) are (b) were (c) is (d) have

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  1. When she retired, she handed __________ the charge to the Vice-President.

(a) over (b) out (c) across (d) off

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  1. China is a big country, in area it is bigger than any other country __________ Russia.

(a) accept (b) except (c) expect (d) access

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  1. The masks worn by the men helped them _______their identity.

(a) conceal (b) congeal (c) masquerade (d) cheat

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  1. On the ______ occasion of Laxmi Puja the Mathurs bought a new car.

(a) officious (b) auspicious

(c) fortuitous (d) prosperous

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  1. Precautions are to be taken with anyone who seems ______.

(a) contagious (b) infectious

(c) diseased (d) defiled

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  1. The treasure was hidden ______ a big shore.

(a) on (b) underneath (c) toward (d) off

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  1. The human mind seems to have built-in ________against original thought.

(a) prejudices (b) ideas

(c) interests (d) safeguards

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DIRECTIONS: In these questions, two sentences (I) and (II) are given. Each sentence has a blank in it. Against each five options are suggested. Out of these, only one fits at both the places in the context of each sentence. Mark that option as your answer.

(I). The report ended on a ………. note.

(II). They must take ………. steps to deal with the problem.

(a) criticising (b) huge

(c) positive (d) fancy

(e) cursory

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(I). In today’s world parents usually ………. that their children do not talk to them as they are more involved in electronic gadgets and social media.

(II). He would ………. about every other child on the playground and his parents would fight with other parents so as to protect him.

(a) feel (b) defend

(c) fight (d) complain

(e) observe

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(I). He was good with Mathematics so he could not fathorn why other people cribbed about such an ………. subject.

(II). In a world so riddled with greed and corruption where every man seems to be out to get another, it is not very ………. to trust others.

(a) good (b) exciting

(c) wise (d) easy

(e) interesting

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(I). The area under our eyes in connected to our kidneys, so any ………. change in the dark circles indicates dehydration or accumulating toxins.

(II). Many Indian adults are struggling with weight, thus indulging in weight loss programmes that require ………. changes in their current lifestyle.

(a) drastic (b) frequent

(c) ambiguous (d) severe

(e) aggressive

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(I). Usually fund-raising events and charity auctions raise a large amount of money as people from all sections of the society get an opportunity to ………. for a cause.

(II). Today, a person needs to ………. very hard for surviving in the corporate race.

(a) work (b) contribute

(c) effort (d) donate

(e) dedication

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